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ExOfficio Women’s Dryflylite Shadow Pane Long-Sleeve Shirt Review

ExOfficio Women’s Dryflylite Shadow Pane Long-Sleeve Shirt Review

ExOfficio Women’s Dryflylite Shadow Pane Long-Sleeve ShirtProduct Details: This cute shirt is a great transition piece to pull together any travel wardrobe. The sun protective Dryflylite offers moisture wicking and wrinkle resistance in a take-with-you-everywhere silhouette. •Lightweight •Wicking •Security Pockets – 2 •Wrinkle Resistant •Ventilation •Quick Drying •Sun Guard 30+ •Content: 80% Nylon, 20% Polyester […]

WJ Tested – Relais & Chateaux: Sonora Resort in British Columbia

WJ Tested – Relais & Chateaux: Sonora Resort in British Columbia

Relais & Chateaux Resort on Sonora Island in British Columbia, Canada WJ’s Review – A Bucket List Addition for Lovers of Luxury and Wildlife! After spending three days at Sonora Resort WJ placed this all-inclusive Relais & Chateaux property on our own personal “ultimate vacations” list. Our travel to the resort itself, located on Sonora […]

WJ Tested – Relais & Chateaux: Triple Creek Ranch in Montana

WJ Tested – Relais & Chateaux: Triple Creek Ranch in Montana

Relais & Chateaux Ranch in Darby, Montana WJ’s Review – A Bucket List Addition! ~ A stay at Triple Creek Ranch should be on the bucket list of anyone that enjoys luxury, adventure, fine food, attentive service and impeccable attention to detail. WJ was most impressed with the way Triple Creek Ranch balances elegance with […]

WJ Tested – Hotel Cambon Review: Boutique Hotel in Paris, France

WJ Tested – Hotel Cambon Review: Boutique Hotel in Paris, France

4-Star Boutique Hotel Cambon ~ WJ’s Review – Chic, Stylish & Secure in the Heart of Paris WJ’s home-away from home while in Paris is the 4-star luxury boutique Hotel Cambon. Although featuring a swank address (rue Cambon), Hotel Cambon is situated down a quiet side-street in an upscale part (between Concorde, Louvre and Jardin […]

Norwegian Cruise Line Review: Escape to the Mexican Riviera

Norwegian Cruise Line Review: Escape to the Mexican Riviera

Jill and I sailed the Mexican Riviera onboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Star for eight days in the middle of November. This was our second cruise in 2006 on the Star, our first being a few months previously, to Alaska. The itinerary: Depart from The Port of Los Angeles, spend two days at sea before […]

Viking River Cruise Reviews: Anchored in History – A Danube River Cruise!

Viking River Cruise Reviews: Anchored in History – A Danube River Cruise!

Who exactly was it that came up with the term “Blue Danube”? Well, if memory (could be in trouble now) and research are our guides (best bet), we’re guessing it had something to do with that Austrian fellow, Johann Strauss II. “An der schönen blauen Donau” is the title of the waltz composed in 1867 […]

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture WJ Tested: Portland, Oregon Our annual trip list is never complete without at least one visit to Portland, Oregon – also commonly known as The City of Roses or Beervana. As our sojourns to this eclectic west coast city (population 583,776+/-), are, more often than not, during […]

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture

Travel Oregon: Discovering Portland’s Museums & Eclectic Culture Our annual trip list is never complete without at least one visit to Portland, Oregon – also commonly known as The City of Roses or Beervana. As our sojourns to this eclectic west coast city (population 583,776+/-), are, more often than not, during the summer months, we […]

Road Trip to California: Discovering Carlsbad

Road Trip to California: Discovering Carlsbad

Sleepy California beach towns have always been a favorite getaway of ours. But these days, whenever we visit California, we are amazed at how populous most areas have become and how it is becoming more difficult to escape the crowds. So, after much research, we decided that our California road trip needed to include the […]

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